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  1. Beginner’s Grace

    This is not your typical prayer book and doesn’t read like you might expect your stereotypical book by a pastor to read. If you like quotes from Casablanca in your prayer book, then this...

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  2. Button, Button, Who’s Got The Button

    Originally published in German, this book of games made just from buttons is great for children or for crafters and seamstresses needing to use up extra supplies. Who knew there were more than a...

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  3. Eats, Shoots and Leaves

    It’s pretty bizarre to gush over a book on punctuation, but that’s what I’m fixing to do. British writer Lynne Truss has written a wonderful book that both explains the eccentricities of English and...

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  4. Cesar’s Way

    Some people find Millan’s dog training to be too over bearing or strong. Others think he gets it just right. I enjoyed this book which gives a lot of tips on how to not...

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  5. Siddhartha

    If you’ve never read Siddhartha, the summer is nearing an end. Maybe it’s a good time to try it! This classic by Hermann Hesse is a must read (like much of Hesse) for angst...

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  6. Really Small Gardens

    I’ve gardened in apartments and I’ve gardened on several acres. In a way, container gardening was one of my favorite things, though you might not at first think that. You only have to worry...

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  7. When Things Fall Apart

    “When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Hard Times” is a beautiful, short, simple book by none other than Pema Chodron, one of the best known Buddhist teachers and practitioners in the world today....

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  8. A Return to Love

    “A Return to Love: Reflections on the Principles of “A Course in Miracles”" by Marianne Williamson, is one of those books you will either love or hate. If you have ever been exposed to...

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  9. The Mindful Brain

    I heard the author of “The Mindful Brain: Reflection and Attunement in the Cultivation of Well-Being”, Daniel Siegel, PhD, speak at a conference, and I eagerly stood in the long line to buy his...

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  10. Juno

    “Juno” was my first introduction to up-and-coming star Ellen Page, and she made a striking first impression as Juno, a teen girl who unexpectedly finds herself pregnant one day and has to decide what...

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